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Synonyms for abundance

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Synonyms for abundance

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Synonyms for abundance

(physics) the ratio of the number of atoms of a specific isotope of an element to the total number of isotopes present

(chemistry) the ratio of the total mass of an element in the earth's crust to the total mass of the earth's crust

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* Dependency on fossil fuel for energy needs and abundancy of fossil fuel supply
While the abundancy of studies on business models of commercial ventures (see e.g.
The concepts of stability and persistence refer to the responses of the community or population to discrete or punctual disturbances (pulses) that disturb the abundancy, but do not cause long term changes in the environment (Connell and Souza, 1983).
I consider myself extremely lucky as a chef to live in a region that has an abundancy of fresh, local produce and where suppliers aren't afraid to break with tradition and venture into creating and supplying foods not necessarily associated with this area.
Among all sources of renewable energy, solar energy is attractive due to its abundancy, cleanliness, nontoxicity, and maintenance-free.
If everyone is carrying their fair share of the work load, individual workers can be more productive, groups will accomplish more, and organizations as a whole would achieve their goals and missions with enhanced abundancy.
S: Richness; N: Abundancy; H': Shannon Index; D: Simpsom Index.
Although the dates of the Tuina sites are slightly older, the abundancy of coastal resources suggests that the first explorers arrived at the end of the Pleistocene coastline and occupied the coast not only in southern Peru (e.g.
So if we think about the abundancy of resources, the abundancy of wisdom and people's capacity to accomplish great things, then we are able to really accomplish our best outcomes."
With the abundancy of VDRs in prostatic epithelial and stromal cells, it has also been shown that there is increased apoptosis of periprostatic adipose tissue in VDR knock-out mice (54) indicating a possible role of VDR in the signaling pathways of prostate cancer inhibition.
I have referred to this process previously as 'message abundancy' (Gibbons, 2006; Gibbons, 2003; and forthcoming) and suggested that such contexts provide for ESL learners increased comprehensibility of often complex language and abstract concepts, along with access to new and register-appropriate language, thus avoiding the 'dilution' of language associated with curriculum simplification.